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. the experience, she tried to correct it and was ignored by cnn and voice of america. every news outlet around the world published the picture. the revolutionaries accused per of trying to steal the symbol of their darling, their hero, a person that was doing so much to mobilize the revolution. then the iranian government came in and said i want you to say that you are still alive and that this never happened and that you would never do that. we will probably charge you with treason and kill you. she talks about how she had to live with the other in her mind. it is always with her. it is not humble, but there's no point in having people in and then talking through it. we got through in a way that any listener could understand. every time i feel that i can take a stranger and make them familiar to the listener, i am really proud of that interview. i wish we had more individuals on the show unless discussion of trends and policies and lawsuits. everything that goes through the media, i have to have very clear at stake so the program does not become a boring, specialist program. people understand
the the right thing and representing the people who elected you. >> reporter: mary snow, cnn, new york. >>> i'm joe johns. thanks for joining us. cnn newsroom continues now with ashlee banfield. >> we went over the fiscal cliff. yep at midnight and then just a couple hours later, the senate came up with a solution. now it's off to the house. the house has to sign off. they will get back to work this afternoon. what's in the deal? well, it starts with the new income tax threshold. those folks agreed to let the taxes go up but only on the family who is make over $450,000 in combined income. the itemized deductions will also be capped at $300,000 for families. and the estate tax, that was a big sticking point for lawmakers, and now the tax rate goes up to 40% for estates that are valued over $5 million. so if you're under $5 million, you skated there too. other key points are an extension of the long-term unemployment benefits. the renewal of tuition and child care tax credits and then something called the doc fix. it reimburses doctors who take medicare patients. and what about the automatic sp
in congress. jonathan allen joining us at the capitol. >> i say that about cnn. >> i've done it. in that room once and it is hard. >> he didn't lose it for 2013, the gripping sar chism. >>> football, not the only game in town. stay with cnn all day for all of the developments, house back in session at noon this is not over yet. could be a lot more. >> very compelling. totally not watching football today. >> don't watch football, watch us. >>> in other news, hillary clinton's doctors revealing details about the blood clot that handlaned her in the hospital. doctors say mrs. clinton did not have a stroke or suffer any neurological damage, they also say they are confident that the second of state will make a full recovery. cnn's jill dougherty is live at the state department this morning. what is the latest on the secretary's condition? >> the latest is as the secretary is in that new york hospital, she's being treated with blood thinners, that's the main thing. they have to get blood thinners as they say treated properly so they give her enough, not too much, and be able to be released. it won'
president, do you have a deal? mr. environment, we're live on cnn, do you have a deal? senator reid, how do you feel? got to love live tv. there you go. >> he kept saying happy new year. and he had a smile on his face, so i assume he thinks he's going to have a happy new year. i'm sure that he did not necessarily think he would be spending new year's eve with you, dana. >> no, i'm sure he didn't. and i can tell you that a lot of us up here are -- you know, we like each other, but spending new year's this way is not exactly our way of a fun way to ring in the new year. certainly, that was interesting. the vice president is a happy guy. he always smiles, particularly when he's with the cameras and he knows this is an important time. the fact that he and harry reid and there were other members of the democratic leadership walk by this camera from where harry reid's office is, which is right behind our camera, the fact they decided to walk by the cameras clearly, to me, was a show of unity. they didn't have to do that. there are other ways to get back there where they would not be seen on any c
to put it. stay with cnn. there is a lot happening today. will the house vote on it? when will they vote on it? how will they vote on it? stay with us. other news today. >>> a routine mri, anything but routine for secretary of state hillary clinton. it revealed a blood clot in the vain that drains blood from the head. likely the result of a fall earlier this month when mrs. clinton suffered a concussion. there is no evidence of a stroke or any kind of neurological damage and the secretary is expected to make a complete recovery. still very scary when you hear what happened. jill dougherty is live at the state department. what do we know about her condition right now? >> she is stable, in the hospital. and the main thing right now, they are trying to shrink that blood clot by administering medications, blood thinners and that's their task right now, to get exactly how much she needs over what period. they have to work on that because it depends on body weight and everything. when they have that pinned down, then theoretically at that point they will be able to release her. it did sown ver
. happy new year to all of you and thank you for inviting me and the rest of the cnn crew in to celebrate your new year with you. thank you very much for my champagne. and for the king cake. contributed to us, because mardi gras around the corner. it has been amazing! happy new year. we'll see you next year. now this -- >>> tonight, my favorite and most talked about interviews of the year. >> the most important thing to remember is i did not punch the guy. >> superstars. >> we have this amazing job. to show up and be prepared. >> scandals. >> any excuse i make, whether it bass a rough time in my life, people there until my life, it matters. >> and maria, she's didn't truly the only love that i ever, ever had. >> the loss. >> you're not pronouncing it correctly. it's 50 shades of chartreuse. >> i looked terrible before. >> the stories that shocked us. >> if you want to get out, you get out. >> from heavyweights. >> i don't want to the beat him up no more. >> to the fastest human alive. without a doubt, the most explosive and dangerous interview of my entire life. >> where are you going? >>
operatives hired by political news conferences as pundits. >> when cnn contributors, whether it's over at fox or be gala here or others at nsmnc and a-ha, she's speaking for obama and that's what they play when they hire people with a dual road. >> you saw glenn beck out at fox news and bill o'reilly and i think that damages the fox news brand. >> bill: well, it can't be too much damage to fox news brand, the highest rated prime time news program in the country and miss mason is obviously woefully uninformed, is this woman-- >> i have to take the factor and-- look, here is the thing, bill, the honest short answer is, i don't have a clue as to what she's talking about. howie kirtz raised a legitimate point when he talked about people who are motor commenttators on shows like this and political activists at the same time working for a party or a candidate, but the-- i mean, if she was implying, i've got to be honest, i don't know what she was saying, if she's implying you're in the tank, the only tank i can figure out you're in is in the bill o'reilly tank, you love bill o'reilly and. >> bill:
talking heads, but then there are the problems that cnn is facing. they do journalism, and they are in big trouble. >> they have not done journalism in a long time, at least not the domestic cnn. international's cnn is quite good. the domestic cnn has really gone for a lot of bells and whistles, and i cannot say that they are head and shoulders above the rest. nbc at least has the power of nbc behind it. cnn's sometimes does inspiring work. it is still very good sometimes, but, you know, it is something to do that kind of work. on broadcast? >> yes. >> the show that we get most often likened to for better or worse is the daily show. >> which is a high honor. >> which is a high honor, but our intent is quite different, but it is, it pays a wise or with tone or something, it just reminds people of the daily show. if you have not heard it, you are not going to be laughing out loud. >> given the fact that you are open about having the tone, deface any issues -- well, npr is just a distribution network for you. >> they have problems with it. they have had problems with it. they are kind of used
future? cnn's mary snowis joining us. what's the latest on her condition? >> wolf frk we haven't heard from her doctors since they let us know that she was making excellent progress. an expert in blood clots said if unrelated the clots could be serious but the fact that it's being addressed is a good sign. on the day when sect hillary clinton was supposed to be getting ready to go back to work, she spent another day at the hospital. doctors discovered a blood clot in the vein between the brain and skull behind the right ear. they say she did not suffer a stroke or neurological damage. a doctor not involved in secretary clinton's case has treated cases like hers and calls them rare. what does this mean for the future? >> i think her future is as good as her past. she should recover from this. will be treated with blood thinners. i can't say how long because i don't know all of the circumstances but certainly minimum of three to six month, may well could be longer. in some rare cases, could be lifelong but many patients are on blood thinners for life. she should recover fully and get bac
to "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. we have a lot going on. a deal on the table but not out of the woods yet. all eyes on capitol hill, as the republican controlled -- the house, rather, convening this hour for the fiscal cliff negotiations. now vice president joe biden, he is heading to the hill for talks with the house democrats. this is a critical moment for the country. talking about 12 hours after the deadline for the government action has passed. the senate okayed a deal wee hours of the morning, prevent middle class income taxes from going up but raise rates on income of more than $400,000 a year for individuals, more than $450,000 for couples. now, unemployment benefits for 2 million americans would be extended for a year. what it does not address is the spending cuts. lawmakers plan to revisit the difficult issue. that is delayed two months from now. going to bring you all angles of the story here. of course following this, every single move. dana bash on capitol hill, jessica yellin at the white house, christine romans live from new york and alison kosik in new yor
. >> happy new year to you. "cnn newsroom" with joe johns begins now. >>> happy 2013 from the east to the west, america rings in the new year, new hope, new optimism and a visit from kathy griffin. >> someone on twitter said there will be a drinking game every time i giggle nervously. >> calvin harris and swedish house mafia. >> who is calvin harris? >> okay, grandma, you know what? >> highlights and lowlights from the big night. >>> plus, was one of your resolutions to get out of debt between the credit cards and student loans? we'll show you sure-fire ways to crush those bills. must have essentials to keep you out of the red and in the black for 2013. >>> help wanted tuesday follows black monday, seven nfl head coaches are looking for jobs after being sacked. >>> and private pot party. new year and a new place to light up in colorado, members only clubs where you bring your observe. opening time 4:20. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning, i'm joe johns from washington, and sitting in for carol costello. we begin this morning with the fiscal cliff and the drama that now s
. cnn is reporting. >> reporter: lawmakers postautomatic spending cuts. but they did strike a deal on taxes. >> three hours before the midnight dead line senate minority leader mitch mcconnel and joe biden emerge with taxing and spending. >> this is a mini cliff, big cliff still lies in front of us. big cliff. >> reporter: president obama had scolded congress for waiting so long. >> one thing we can count on with respect to this congress is that if there's even one second left before you have to do what you're supposed to do, they will use that last second. >> reporter: the bush era tax cuts remain in place for individuals earning as much as $400,000 a year and families $450,000 a year. far above the $250,000 on which president obama campaigned. those making more will see higher income taxes, capital gains and dividends rates. san francisco tax attorney rob wood says you will notice on the paycheck one popular tax cut will be history. >> say the average person earning $1,500 a year will earn $20 more in tax increases. >> reporter: it extends unemployment benefits for one year and k
. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. the u.s. senate has reached a deal in the fiscal cliff negotiations. cnn is reporting they just voted to approve it. all the details of the deal and what it means for you and your finances. >> reporter: lawmakers postponed the automatic spending cuts that would have hit the pentagon and other federal agencies this week. they did strike a deal on taxes. three hours before the midnight deadline, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and vice president joe biden emerged with a compromise on taxes and agreed to wait on slashing spending. >> this was the mini cliff. the big cliff still lies in front of us. >> reporter: president obama had scolded congress for waiting so long. >> one thing we can count on with respect to this congress is that if there's even one second left before you have to do what you're supposed to do, they will use that last second. >> reporter: the bush-era tax cuts remain in place for individuals earning as much as $400,000 a year, far above the 250,000 level on which president obama campaigned. but those making more will see higher inco
. >> fresh rocket attacks from gaza. >> despair in syria has gone on for 20. >> cnn projects barack obama will be reelected president of the united states. >> terror at an elementary school in connecticut. >> 20 children dead, 6 adults are also dead. >> our hearts are broken today for the parents and grandparents, sisters and brothers of the little children. may god bless the memory of the victims and in the words of scripture, heal the broken hearted. and bind up their wound. >> when you think about that retrospective and so much that happened in 2012 i mean we were talking about it as we watched. mike and i, about what our favorite story was. well, from a news perspective, having a favorite is difficult. these story of the year was the sandy hook shooting. the coolest. >> but it's not a favorite. >> exactly it's not but from what we do that's the most impactful. the coolest story to me was the sky diver from the stratosphere. >> i will agree. on the weather front, there's just not very good stories this year. i will say. >> hard. >> but that was very cool where he was breaking records a
. >> reporter: cnn money, new york. with a little extra help we put together a section on the website to help you stick to the resolution. for example if you want to shed a few pounds we have tips to help you reach the weight loss goal and see what resolutions are that the tops for 2012. we are asking you on facebook what is your resolution for the coming year. like our facebook fan page and tell us what you hope to accomplish coming up in 2013. you know one of the great things about work here. we are bening the rules today. we are -- bending the rules today we are next to a starbucks and need an extra jolt. >> >> i resolution is stop drinking coffee. >> seriously? >> it lasted a couple hours. >> we are six hours and 15 minutes into it and you lost it. >> i will think of something different. right now, not coffee. >> you talked about something different, we have got something different coming up in the forecast. >> we do. it's mild out there right now. you look at the bug and it's into the 30s right now. and near 40 in a lot of spots. chesapeake beach is 40 degrees and that's mild for this ti
university in washington, d.c., an expert who has not treated secretary clinton tells cnn's wolf bit zer there -- blitzer, there is good news. >> this would not affect her function. she could travel. it just affects heavy physical activity. once your medication is regulated appropriately, you can go about all the normal activities of daily living. >> reporter: and secretary clinton's doctors said the secretary is making excellent progress and we are confident she will make a full recovery. she is in good spirits, engaging with her doctors, her family and her staff. clinton, who's flown a million miles already had her international travel on hold and it doesn't look like she will be going anywhere soon. there's also a question mark about when she will be able to they have about the terrorist attack in beaning zip and the -- benghazi and the security lapses. some say clinton has to testify on benghazi before she holds confirmation hearings and that could affect timing of her decision to retire at the end of president obama's current term. >> secretary's clinton's health problems have been
ignoring basically the -- >> you recently wrote for cnn colorado "food stamp president." i want to play a clip from the january republican debate when fox is moderator questioned newt gingrich about his food stamp comments. >> you refer to president obama as the food stamp president. it sounds as if you are seeking to the little people. [boos] >> first of all, juan, the fact is, more people up and put on food stamps by barack obama than any president in american history. [applause] heineman the politically correct or not supposed to use facts that are uncomfortable. >> that was newt gingrich being questioned by fox news juan williams at a presidential debate. walter mosley, your response? >> this interesting, at a struggle with cnn a little bit because i had written about the poetry of the statement. food stamp president is billion. it is like a whole book of things in three words. he applies them, so he's not releasing it. when you watch the clip, it is the same thing. he says, "well, jun," and he stops. i am talking to some of the of color print the way he does it is so -- he is a mas
, thank you. good to see you. happy new year. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues now with deb feyerick. hey, deb. >>> hello, everyone. happy new year. i'm deborah feyerick. i want to welcome all our viewers from around the world. right now, all eyes on washington where american lawmakers are trying to complete a deal to avoid an economic meltdown. technically the nation went over the fiscal cliff when the new year began. but practically the senate pulled a parachute that should soften the fall. about 2:00 a.m. eastern, senators passed a round of compromises with a vote of 89-8. i said should. this deal is far from done. now it is up to the house to stop $600 billion of automatic tax hikes and spending cuts. at this hour, though, a vote is not scheduled. multiple house members took to the floor today to say their vote will be no. >> the current agreement with the fiscal cliff was agreed to, we're told, somewhere around 11:30 last night. the bill was voted on at 2:00 in the morning. now, again this is new year's eve. i don't know how many senators between midnight and 2:00 a.m. in the morning had
than doing the right thing and representing the people who elected you. >> mary snow, cnn, new york. >> more interesting, being right than doing the right thing for your country. cnn's coverage of the fiscal cliff continues right after this.
the florida panhandle is hilarious. whether it is chuck todd or this from cnn because he's putting his hands on it. members of my staff swear putting shapes on the state of florida is all problematic. yes, i get it. i get it less than most people. i do see something in the associated press map. mitt romney won the counties in orange, newt gingrich won the ones in red. do you see that? look closer. they totally saw it. it's a giraffe! best new thing in the world today. you are grounded, staffers. this photo of mitt romney in iowa in october 2007 is the greatest campaign trail photo of modern times. in 2008 the gettings were so good in terms of campaign photos that the famous romney fudge photo even had a close second runner-up with this one, right? remember this one? i still have no idea what was going on in this picture. between our winner and first runner-up, obviously, 2008 will never be surpassed in terms of genius photos from the presidential campaign trail. that doesn't mean we're not looking for contenders in 2012. behold, america, we have a contender. this exists. this exists! and wha
should begin that as quickly as we can. and i read that cnn.calm piece that she wrote and i was really inspired by it as a bookseller because their missions are very similar to create the next generation of readers. you gave some tips to some parents, but is there a way to oil them down to three import things they can remember? we read in our house could be one. what other tips my parents get? >> is just kind of anything goes. if you go and read, you'll see a lot of parents. like i don't mind if my kid stays up later if they are reading. that's okay, yeah, they read till 11:00, so be it. there's worse things to do in life than not. .. >> i think you can hold them through 11 and 12. that's when it gets tricky with boys. at least if they read well, there's hope. they may pick it up later. they may get distracted. some don't, but a lot do. the key thing is they develop the ability to read pretty well. >> i also know through your work on this whole reading initiative that you have -- i know there's teachers out there as well, and that you have -- >> it's not the schools. >> exactly. [laugh
stall that process. here is kansas republican tim huelskamp on cnn earlier tonight. >> near as we can tell it increases taxes on certain americans and it would probably increase spending as well. and there might be a debt ceiling part of that as well. and it doesn't anything about entitlement reform, which is the problem. i think it would probably be the typical washington deal. but i can't vote for something that is not a solution. and, again, on all fronts, though, i do believe it's going to cost american jobs. >> vice president biden began participating in negotiations at the request of senate minority leader mitch mcconnell yesterday, and helped forge a deal on taxes. the proposed deal worked out earlier today is said to raise $600 billion in revenue over the next decade through new tax increases on the wealthiest americans. the bush era tax rates would be extended for all single americans, with income below $400,000, and couples with income below $450,000. all income above those levels would be taxed at a clinton era top tax rate of 39.6%. and capital gains taxes above those amou
and cnn fact if you have time tonight, if you go to youtube and click into the box, john wayne beats up commies, you will get the final scene of big jim mcclain and you can watch it. it's truly an enjoyable moment. the storyline of big jim mcclain which comes out during this time the election is kind of heating up and by the way john wayne is a political character. is very big in reelecting mccarthy movement. he is often asked after the tend -- convention, what do you think about the ticket and mccarthy says perfectly, i think dick nixon moment to find vice president. no mention of eisenhower because he doesn't really like eisenhower and doesn't fill comfortable with eisenhower. that is the person that wayne is the biggest and supporter. dick jim mcclain comes in 1950 to come the story of a tough guy, big jim and constantly member -- mentions that his six feet three inches on many occasions. he is working for the house un-american activities committee, big jim and big jim goes out to hawaii to break up a communist spy ring mostly made up of doctors in hawaii. in and what he does is defi
be seen in the 24 part cnn television series cold war. finally evans, a graduate of yale university, class of -- can you help me? 1955. missing that detail. mr. evans is one of the leading members of the conservative movement in the united states. his book blacklisted by history:the untold story of senator joe mccarthy and his fight against america's enemies gives an account of the age of mccarthyism during the cold war. evans has been the recipients of honorary documents from syracuse university and the john marshall law school and accuracy in media award for excellence in journalism. please join me now in welcoming our panelists. [applause] >> would you like to start? >> such a pleasure and honor to be here once again. i was flattered to be asked to participate in the first seminar last year and i didn't do too badly because i am back today. and icy some good friends out here and also some people including senator jim buckley and he deserves a round of applause. [applause] >> let us begin with a paradox. whitaker chambers was a soviet spy who became in bill buckley's words the most impor
. >> and attacks. >> and syria has gone on for 20 days. >> and the red line warnings talk. >> and cnn projects that obama will be reelected president of the u.s. >> terror in connecticut. >> 20 children are dead. >> our hearts are broken today. for the parents and grandparents. >> sisters and brothers of these children, may god bless the memory of the victims in the words of scripture, heal the broken hearted and bind up their wounds. the bay area is ringing in the new year the first one of the year for the winter season the burning of manufactured fire logs wood or any other fuel the spare the air lasts until february 28th. >>> coming up. we're following what is going on with the fiscal cliff and lawmakers meeting in about two hours from now our time to try to hammer out a deal at the last minute. we'll follow that story and a remind they're can you catch dr. phil here on the morning news. can you catch him first at 10:00 f you cannot get enough of him again at 4:00 in the afternoon. >>> there is a lot of football on tap. stanford will face wisconsin in the rose bowl. it won in the pac-12 to
. you can see that is the place in the capital, that is a reporter with cnn, right there with the microphones, and that is where the press conference will be held if the republican leadership comes out of their conference. here are some more tweets. tara says -- danielle says -- frist fir -- freedom first -- mrs. thomas in new hampshire. -- this is thomas in new hampshire. greg is in new york. caller: i wonder why we call it the fiscal cliff and how did they get this far. obama presented four budgets to the senate. his senate rejected them all, overwhelmingly. then they did not come up with their own budget. by law they are supposed to. then the speaker of the house, he sends a wish list to the senate, expecting them to act, which he knows they're not going to. it sounds to me they are all worried about themselves. they are all politicking for reelection. fiscal cliff, we need term limits to get these people out of there that have been in their 10, 20 years. they are not doing the job for us. host: chad from fox news. his most recent tweet -- ken is in fort lauderda
. once they are on capitol hill, we now know from the -- from this e-mail from sources telling cnn that all of the house republicans will have a meeting, about an hour after they arrive on capitol hill. once they have that meeting and they get out of that meeting, we understand that a decision will be made on whether they will even vote on this fiscal cliff package. many people thought that perhaps they would try to get this done today. now there is a big question as to whether they will even vote on the package today as far as the house goes. so that's just coming in. but let's talk about last night. that's when we saw vice president biden on capitol hill and when we saw him there, many people knew at that point, that a deal had been struck biden and senate republican leader mitch mcconnell, they had been working together to figure out this compromise. in the end what we're seeing individuals making $400,000 or more and families making $450,000 or more each year, they will receive their taxes go up an those automatic spending cuts will -- and those automatic spending cuts will be
it for cnn has this tweet. that is brand new from dana bash. here are some tweets from viewers using #fiscalcliff. those are some of the treats coming in. -- tweets. #fiscalcliff. caller: i have been watching what's going on in the programs and the reason i called in the first place is the debt ceiling we are now facing with sequestration that we kick the can down the road last year because they could not come up with anything and now they're going to take that down the road again and then we are coming up to another ceiling height in a few months were the debt ceiling is going to get raised again? $6 trillion in four years that we do not have any asking us to do it again and wants us to raise taxes on the rich? what? going to amount to six weeks of the budget for the government? it's not going to do a damn thing. this president has opportunity when he was first elected to put people to work. instead of putting people to work, he turned around and he came to the rich. he gave it to the bankers, the unions, general motors. general motors. they were not supposed to go bankrupt with the
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